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Old 27 Feb 2007, 04:07 am
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Default HELP: Want To Fit Panasonic/Garmin DVD Player Sat Nav to 2007 HondaCR-V


I'm thinking of buying the new Honda CR-V but I'm not sure if I can
install a Panasonic In Dash DVD Player (CQ-VD7003U) and a hideaway
Garmin GPS unit (GVN-52). Does anyone know if the audio system in the
standard CR-V can be removed and replaced with these third party units?
Unfortunately, in Australia, the CR-V does not come with anything other
than a standard CD player and a security alarm. We're so far behind here
that Honda only just started including CD players as standard equipment
from 2004. Before that, the standard audio system on several Honda
models here was a radio cassette player.

Any help appreciated. (Remove myyahoo from the email address)

Gadget Guy
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